"Much Ado About Nothing" is recognized by the National Board of Review. The film is one of its Top 10 Independent Movies of the year.
Geekabye Baby's awesome Firefly giveaway. Lots of great handmade Firefly/Serenity items to be given away. Perfect for the holiday season!
The Blacklist renewed for season 2! It stars "Avengers: Age of Ultron" star James Spader and "Dollhouse"s Harry Lennix. More...
Joss Whedon's Impossible Screenwriting Seminar. You may have seen some tweets like these ones from the other day. Find out what happened in London last Sunday from someone who was there.
A round-up of reviews for last week's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode. Vulture declared "If you were looking for a template for a top-tier Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, "Repairs" would be a good place to start." TVOvermind said it was "overall a phenomenal episode". Though Den of Geek thought it was "cod-Fringe territory". Digital Spy gave it 4 stars out of 5 and SFX 3. IGN gave it 7.2. The Escapist praised the first office romance. 411Mania said the episode "would've been perfect for Halloween". Paste said "it's nice to know that while the storylines might not take us by surprise, these characters still can". And the Guardian blogger concluded with "that final, shy smile was worth a million bucks".
(SPOILER) Fab pictures from the next episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.. No new SHIELD tonight. Boo. But here's twenty pictures to whet your appetite for next week's episode 'The Bridge'. Looks like it's going to be quite the event.
11 dated internet-related plots from 90s TV. "I Robot, You Jane" from the first season of "Buffy" makes Mental Floss' list of eleven dated internet-related plots from the 1990s.
Cyber Monday sale at Dark Horse Digital. All Dark Horse digital comics, including Buffy and Angel & Faith, are 50% for one day only. More...
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. needs to fix 3 mistakes. Leo Sun at Daily Finance.com wrote, "Agents of SHIELD suffers from dated storytelling techniques that Whedon carries over from his previous shows".
TVGuide ranks top TV and movie robots. Just as the title says, although they use the term "robot" loosely - androids and robots are both listed. A couple 'verse bots turn up. More...